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Chloe Lattanzi shares touching tribute to ‘angel on earth’ Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John’s death following a 30-year battle with cancer was announced by her devastated family on Monday.

And on Wednesday, her only daughter Chloe Lattanzi shared a heartbreaking tribute to the late star on social media.

Alongside the music video for Chloe and Olivia’s duet Window in the Wall, Chloe, 36, wrote: ‘You are my lighthouse mama. My safe place. My heart space.’

Olivia Newton-John’s daughter Chloe Lattanzi shared a touching tribute to her late mother on Wednesday by posting a music video they had filmed together. Pictured above

She continued: ‘It has been my honor and continues to be my honor to be your baby and best friend.

‘You are an angel on earth and everyone touched by you has been blessed. I love you forever my life giver, my teacher, my mama.’

A number of celebrities, including many of Olivia’s famous pals, commented on the post.

‘You know how proud of you she was Chloe,’ wrote entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins. ‘The love between you was evident to the world.’

Alongside the music video for Chloe and Olivia's duet Window in the Wall, Chloe, 36, wrote: 'You are my lighthouse mama. My safe place. My heart space'

Alongside the music video for Chloe and Olivia’s duet Window in the Wall, Chloe, 36, wrote: ‘You are my lighthouse mama. My safe place. My heart space’

‘This is so beautiful such love I know your mother is looking down on you with endless love and pride,’ Jane Seymour commented.

Window in the Wall is a duet that Chloe and Olivia recorded together in 2021.

It was their second collaboration together, following a dance remix of Olivia’s 1980 hit Magic, which topped the Billboard dance charts in 2015. 

Just months before Olivia’s death, Chloe, 36, vowed to stand by her mother ‘always and forever’ while sharing a gallery of pictures of the pair together on Facebook.

Chloe made a heartbreaking final promise to her cancer-stricken mum just months before the Grease star's tragic death aged 73 this week. Pictured together

Chloe made a heartbreaking final promise to her cancer-stricken mum just months before the Grease star’s tragic death aged 73 this week. Pictured together

‘Always and forever mama. I got you. I see you. I will walk with you to the ends of the earth no questions asked. #rideordielove,’ Chloe captioned her post at the time.

It comes after Olivia revealed on the A Life of Greatness podcast a year ago that she’d made a pact with God while pregnant with daughter Chloe.

‘I remember when I was pregnant with Chloe, and I was close to losing her,’ Olivia explained on the podcast.

Just months before Olivia's death, Chloe, 36, vowed to stand by her mother 'always and forever' while sharing a gallery of pictures of the pair together on Facebook

Just months before Olivia’s death, Chloe, 36, vowed to stand by her mother ‘always and forever’ while sharing a gallery of pictures of the pair together on Facebook

'Always and forever mama. I got you. I see you. I will walk with you to the ends of the earth no questions asked. #rideordielove,' Chloe captioned her post

 ‘Always and forever mama. I got you. I see you. I will walk with you to the ends of the earth no questions asked. #rideordielove,’ Chloe captioned her post 

‘I went to bed and asked God to save her and if he did, I would say the Lord’s Prayer every night for the rest of my life and so I have.’

She added: ‘I think prayer is very powerful.’ 

Olivia also shared her thoughts on death and faith, saying she believed there was something out there after you die.

‘Have you contemplated your death?’ the podcast host asked.

‘I have quite a few times that it was a possibility sooner than I wanted it,’ Olivia said.

Olivia is pictured holding baby Chloe shortly after her birth in 1986

Olivia is pictured holding baby Chloe shortly after her birth in 1986 

‘We all know we are going to die… I think we spend our lives denying it. It’s extremely personal. I find it hard to put into words, I feel we are all part of one thing, I have had experiences with spirits or spirit life and felt the spirit world and have heard things, that I believe there is something that happens.’

Olivia’s death was announced by her husband John Easterling on Monday morning on her social media pages. 

Chloe, who has followed in her mother’s singing footsteps, shared a series of heartwarming pictures of herself with her mother over the years after the announcement was made. 

Olivia also shared her thoughts on death and faith, saying she believed there was something out there after you die. Pictured in Los Angeles in 2018

Olivia also shared her thoughts on death and faith, saying she believed there was something out there after you die. Pictured in Los Angeles in 2018

‘Dame Olivia Newton-John (73) passed away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends,’ Easterling wrote.

‘We ask that everyone please respect the family’s privacy during this very difficult time.

‘Olivia has been a symbol of triumphs and hope for over 30 years sharing her journey with breast cancer.

‘Her healing inspiration and pioneering experience with plant medicine continues with the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, dedicated to researching plant medicine and cancer,’ he added.

Olivia's death was announced by her husband John Easterling on Monday on her social media pages. 'Dame Olivia Newton-John (73) passed away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends,' he wrote

Olivia’s death was announced by her husband John Easterling on Monday on her social media pages. ‘Dame Olivia Newton-John (73) passed away peacefully at her Ranch in Southern California this morning, surrounded by family and friends,’ he wrote

The family asked for donations to be made to her cancer organization, the Olivia Newton-John Foundation Fund, instead of flowers.

The actress famously beat breast cancer twice but was diagnosed again in 2017.

She spent the last few years at home, campaigning for animals’ rights and raising money for her charity online.

She also was a strong campaigner for the use of medical cannabis for treatment in Australia.

The actress famously beat breast cancer twice but was diagnosed again in 2017. Pictured in Beverly Hills in 2018

The actress famously beat breast cancer twice but was diagnosed again in 2017. Pictured in Beverly Hills in 2018

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